Monday, 17 January, 2022
TopicGeo TV

Topic: Geo TV

Banned from Geo, six bullets, one car bomb, but I still won’t leave Pakistan — Hamid Mir

May be I spoke too much outside Islamabad’s Press Club. But I have suffered too much, my colleagues like Asad Ali Toor are facing too much — attacks and pressure.

Hamid Mir’s defiance of military, ISI and emergence of a new ‘General Rani’ in Pakistan

The Pakistani media may never undertake a full-throated challenge to the diktats of the deep state, but sometimes it is angry enough to let out a roar.

Pakistan’s youth are getting hooked to crystal meth and alarm bells are ringing in the govt

Pakistan's Interior Minister Shehryar Afridi raised the issue Tuesday, but even amid doubts on his facts, there is growing concern over the problem.

Hamid Mir, who accused ISI of trying to kill him, quits Geo TV

Pakistan’s budding ‘chaiwala’ turned politician, and Atif Aslam’s troubles over New York concert. 

In order to survive, Pakistan’s media often plays dead in front of the military

Unlike China, where press regulation is a state affair, Pakistan’s self-censorship emerges from something far more insidious – fear.

Pakistani news channel Geo TV goes off air but govt says we didn’t pull the plug

Here’s what’s happening across the border: Rickshaws might become extinct in Lahore soon and measles claims lives of 4 kids in Swat.

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RBI proposes changes to valuation of bank investments, relaxing of investment class rules

A Reserve Bank of India discussion paper Friday suggested removing caps on the Held-To-Maturity class of securities, and allowing more types of instruments to be held within them.


A visual from the crash site in Tamil Nadu. | Photo: Twitter/ANI

CDS chopper crash was caused by weather change, leading to Controlled Flight Into Terrain: IAF

In Friday statement, IAF says tri-service Court of Inquiry ruled out mechanical failure, sabotage or negligence as cause of accident involving Mi-17 V5 helicopter last month.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Read my lips, I’m hurting, says Pakistan’s National Security Policy. What it means for India

The new policy is mostly chaff, but it reveals the most inward-looking Pakistan in 3 decades. It needs breathing space, and is realising loss of stature and friendship with US.